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  1. Marshall A. Fant

    Quoting Psalms without the "s"

    Feature suggestion: When i copy or import text into my Microsoft Word Docs, it normally isn’t a problem. The one issue I have is when I insert from the Psalms. It looks like this: Psalms 90:1 (NKJV) Lord, You have been our dwelling place in all generations. 2 Before the mountains were brought forth, Or ever You had formed the earth and the world, Even from everlasting to everlasting, You are God. This is a problem for me, because when I quote the Psalms I am quoting Psalm (no s) 90:1-2, not Psalms 90:1-2. I don’t know if this would be an easy fix or not, but I really think it would be a nice touch to fix this so I don’t have to go back and erase every “s” at the end of my Psalm quotes. My Suggestion would be the drop the "s" when a single Psalm is being quoted but include it when the larger "Book of Psalms" is being referenced (in the Index of a Bible, etc.). (In the meantime, I might abbreviate my book names) Thoughts?
  2. Forgive my ignorance, but currently it appears that the Info Pane "word list" allows only one verse at a time. I would like to highlight a passage (eg Matthew 13:1-52) to look at the concentration of certain words within a verse range. Am I overlooking something obvious or is this a potential future feature?
  3. The ability to allocate a single user note to more than one verse would be a welcomed addition to the already powerful user-notes feature set.
  4. I would love to see the addition of the ability to set up a one-way, or one-direction, tie between books. What I would like to see would be the ability to scroll through a Bible text and have the Commentary scroll along, but then be able to scroll through the commentary without the Bible text moving. For instance, If I am studying Esther 3:10 and my commentary is more general and is divided by "Esther 1:1-2:20" "Esther 2:20-4:17" "Esther 5:1-6:14" etc... When I scroll to Esther 3:10 the commentary naturally jumps to the section treating "Esther 2:20-4:17." Great. But, now if I scroll the commentary and go to far, my Bible text jumps to Esther 5:1, so I scroll back and my Bible text jumps back to Esther 2:20. Not Good. I would love to be able to have the Commentary stay in a one-way tie with the text so that it scrolls with my text, but gives me the liberty to scroll through the commentary without changing my Bible Text location. Thank you for your consideration!
  5. Dan Langston old account

    Automatically Looking Up Verses

    This is a unique function that works well in the daily reading tool. When you click on daily reeding, your default devotional pulls up. EMBEDDED references within the devotional get looked up in a side Context window by default. This is a great feature. (It's similar to Logos "instant details" window, or power lookup) <which to me are the some of their most powerful features> What I've been trying to figure out by reading the award-winning help is if there is a way to put a context window next to a resource, say (a Bible dictionary) and it automatically looks up embedded references? It must be possible because it does it with the daily reading tool. I know you can click on references and they show up in the context window, and of course instant details, but it seems as if you should be able to setup a workspace where when you switch from one resource to another, or one article to another, the context window could look up the embedded verse references for you.
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